SriSri Prabhu Jagadbandhu Ashram, Barasat, West Bengal, India
Thank you for kindly visiting the Barasat Ashram of Prabhu Jagadbandhusundar!
You are viewing the famous trees what the Bengalees call 'chalta trees' (trees growing green sour fruits) planted in the premises of the ashram (you may have another view of this tree later).
Late SriSri Bandhubilas Brahmacharijia dedicated devotee of Lord Prabhu Jagadbandhu was the founder of this ashram which he named "SriSri Prabhu Jagadbandhu Ashram".
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since January 22, 2000
Please come in and visit the ashram. The door is always open for you!
Here are the views of the ashram. Please take a look!
Sri Bejoy Das (the present worshipper and maintainer, front) and Sri Sankar Bandhu Das (the nephew of Bandhubilasji, rear) of the ashram.
Please visit the shrine of Prabhu Jagadbandhu set up by Bandhubilas Brahmachari!
The trees in the ashram arena, as pictured below, are an indicative of the peace and tranquility befitting the worship of Jagadbandhusundar by devotees like Sri Bejoy Das and Sri Sankar Bandhu Das you have seen earlier sitting on the stairs in front of the worship cottage.
Read some of the books about Prabhu Jagadbandhusundar written by Bandhubilasji.
Pictures of more books written by SriSri Bandhubila Brahmachari will be added here in the future.
Here lie the earhly remains of the physical body of SriSri Bandhubilas Brahmachariji inside his samadhi (burial stone-structure) while he is a perpetual resident of Golokadham (Heaven) with the other perpetual esident devotees of Jagadbandhusundar!
Sri Sankar Bandhu Das (nephew of Sri Bandhubilas Brahmachariji)
SriSri Prabhu Jagadbandhu Ashram of Barasat, West Bengal was founded in 1958 (year 1364 in Bengali calendar). This means that the ashram is in operation for the past 42 years. SriSri Premdas Brahmachari and SriSri Gopibandhu Brahmachari used to congregate here with SriSri Bandhubilas Brahmachari and many other devotees of Jagadbandhusundar from Calcutta and its suburbs and all parts of West Bengal and India, for continuous Mahanam Kirtan Festivals on many occasions. After Bandhubilasji departed from the earth in the month of April in 1975 (4th Baisakh, 1382 in Bengali calendar), the ashram has been running under the trustee board appointed by late Bandhubilas Brahmachari. The priest of the ashram is Sri Bejoy Das at the present time who is a senior brahmachari. Bandhubilasji's nephew Sri Sankar Bandhu Das has also been very active in the continuity and maintenance of the activities of the ashram todate. The details of the present activities will be put up in an appropriate place of this web site in the future.
Barasat is located about 25 km off Calcutta South Railway Terminal and is connected to the city of Calcutta by electric train running between Calcutta and Bongaon, contiguous to which is a part of Bangladesh. Please have the pleasure to visit SriSri Prabhu Jagadbandhu Ashram of Barasat when you are visting Calcutta and its suburbs next time.
The mailing address for this ashram is:
Bijoy Das/Sankar Bandhu Das
Shri Shri Prabhu Jagatbandhu Ashram
Tutiapara Khelar Math
24 Parganas (N)
Please visit the New York Mahanam Sevak Sangha web sites for further information about Haripurush Prabhu Jagadbandhusundar, and the centers developed and guided by Late SriSri Mahanambrata Brahmachari all throughout West Bengal and other parts of India and in New York. Brief life sketches of SriSri Prabhu Jagadbandhusundar, SriSri Sripad Mahendraji, SriSri Atul Champati and SriSri Mahanambrata Brahmachari are also contained in these sites along with a wide variety of information and pictures.
This web site at this time is:
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Additional Web Pages for Barasat Ashram
you may wish to browse - - -
View the "chalta tree" with "chalta" fruits hanging on the tree
Take an animation tour of Barasat SriSri Prabhu Jagadbandhu Ashram
A picture tour of Barasat Prabhu Jagadbandhu Ashram in February 2001
View the pictures of this web site that are selected by London Medical School in 2001
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Web site put up by: Prabhu Bandhu Das, Brooklyn, New York
Date: January 22, 2000
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